StartUPDATES: New developments from healthcare startups

Read about new developments from HealthMine, Vivor, Osmind, RxRevu, and Syllable.

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HealthMine recently held an innovative webinar for members of the Association for Community Affiliated Plans (ACAP), a national trade association which represents not-for-profit Safety Net Health Plans. Led by Melissa Smith, EVP of Consulting and Professional Services, and Kent Holdcroft, EVP of Growth, this webinar shares how member engagement technology can be used to address whole-person care and improve member experience. Watch the recording to learn how performance-tracking technology and digital member engagement tools can help plans shift from “transactional engagement” towards “relational engagement” in the next evolution of healthcare.

To access the recording, click here.

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Physician Targeting Using Real-time Data: How PurpleLab’s Alerts Can Help

By leveraging real-time data that offers unprecedented insights into physician behavior and patient outcomes, companies can gain a competitive advantage with prescribers. PurpleLab®, a healthcare analytics platform with one of the largest medical and pharmaceutical claims databases in the United States, recently announced the launch of Alerts which translates complex information into actionable insights, empowering companies to identify the right physicians to target, determine the most effective marketing strategies and ultimately improve patient care.

Vivor has partnered with PeaceHealth to improve patient financial assistance capabilities. PeaceHealth plans to implement Vivor systemwide as part of a broader initiative to serve the financial needs of its communities. Vivor will integrate with PeaceHealth’s Epic electronic health record, enabling PeaceHealth to centralize its co-pay and free/replacement drug workflows onto a single, cloud-based platform. By deploying technology in addition to more financial advocates across the entire system, PeaceHealth estimates that over 6,000 patients per year will gain access to needed financial assistance. These patients will benefit from a streamlined financial experience and a more secure path to staying on treatment.

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Osmind, a health tech startup focused on EHRs for mental health, has closed a $15 million Series A round. Future Ventures led the round. It was joined by existing investor General Catalyst and new investors Tiger Global, Offline Ventures, and Yahoo! co-founder Jerry Yang’s AME Cloud Ventures. Several angel investors also took part in the round including Joshua Kushner (co-founder of Oscar Health and Thrive Capital), Adrian Aoun (founder of Forward), Jonathan Hirsch (founder of Syapse), Alice Zhang (co-founder of Verge Genomics), Bay Gross (co-founder of Cityblock Health), and Linhao Zhang (co-founder of TrialSpark).

The company also announced the addition of Miki Kapoor (co-founder of Verana Health) as an adviser. Osmind currently serves over 215 mental health practices in 38 states across the country. To read more, click here.

Syllable, an AI-powered healthcare services company that transforms the way healthcare systems deliver customer service has raised $28 million in a Series B funding round. Oak HC/FT led the round with participation from previous investor Section 32.

The company seeks to address the healthcare industry’s bad rep for customer service. Syllable has built an AI platform that answers every call received by a hospital and enables automated workflows and self-service options to help patients find and take the correct next step in their healthcare journey.

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RxRevu, a health tech company that provides integrated decision support tools to support patient access to care, has formed a strategic partnership with Providence Ventures. The deal includes new investment, which will enable the business to further scale its decision support capabilities and product portfolio with strategic guidance from Providence.

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